(photo: (C) Skat Consulting Ltd.) Chers collègues, Il a récemment été suggéré d'entreprendre une revue des questions relatives aux pompes à motricité humaine (PMH) dans les services d'eau potable. Il s'agirait d'un livre qui remplacerait les documents publiés dans les années 1980, notamment le document "Community water supply : the handpump option" d'Arlosoroff et les … Continue reading Opportunité de publication: les pompes à motricité humaines pour les services d’eau potable
(photo: (C) Skat Consulting Ltd.) Dear Colleagues, It has recently been suggested that an up-to-date review of the issues around handpumps in drinking water services be undertaken. This would be in the form of a book, which supersedes the documents published in the 1980s including Arlosoroff’s “Community water supply: the handpump option” and IRC’s Technical … Continue reading Opportunity to publish: handpumps in drinking water services
This is a guest blog by Benson Kandeh, winner of the RWSN@WWW competition for young professionals.. For more information on RWSN's activities for Young professionals, see here. My name is Benson Kandeh and I am a young water professional from Sierra Leone. I work on providing water supply for rural communities in my country through the EMAS technologies … Continue reading My experience at the World Water Week Conference: Water for Society Including all
The Rural Water Supply International Directory that is available to download from today aims to track the organizations and businesses fostering this change.
This is a guest blog by Riley Mulhern, a PhD student at the University of North Carolina. If you are interested in issues related to water quality monitoring, you can join our online community here. In areas of water scarcity around the globe, made worse by climate change and pollution of groundwater, rainwater harvesting remains … Continue reading Arsenic detected in rainwater harvesting tanks in Bolivia
We were very happy to announce Benson Kandeh’s nomination as the winner of the RWSN@WWW competition last month. However, we unfortunately received the news that Benson will be unable to attend the SIWI World Water Week conference, as he was denied a visa to travel to Sweden. This is a huge disappointment to him and … Continue reading And the winner is… or the tale of how difficult it is for a young professional from Sierra Leone to attend World Water Week
The e-discussion on the topic of “Cost effective ways to leave no-one behind in rural water and sanitation” has come to an end and we are very grateful for the 40+ participants who actively took part. A summary of the e-discussion can be found here. Additionaly, we as moderators want to share our own summary … Continue reading Cost effective ways to leave no-one behind in rural water and sanitation – Summary on the RWSN E-discussion